C++ Tokens

One of the first jobs performed by a compiler is to read in the source code and group individual characters into tokens., the lowest level of symbols used in defining a programming language.
A C++ compiler always collects characters into the longest possible tokens, using white spaces to demarcate them. White spaces must be used to seperate an identifier, reserved word, integer constant, floating point constant from a following identifier, reserved word, integer constant or floating point constant and arithmetic or boolean operators. LEARN MORE>>

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